10 Best Theme Parks in Bangalore - 2021 (Photos & Reviews)
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Theme parks in Bangalore should be in your bucket list if you would want to spend quality time with family and friends. Bengaluru is not only the IT hub of the country but also boasts of several theme parks for the residents and tourists to let their hair down and spend the weekend having fun.

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These amusement parks in Bangalore help the family bond together with several spectacular joy rides, lazy pools, high adrenaline rides, adventure sports, and even extreme sports. One tends to spend the entire day inside the park with unlimited fun, frolic, adventure, love, and laughter throughout the day.

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Most of the theme parks have something or the other to offer for people across age group. A few are neatly tucked away in the outskirts of the city offering an opportunity to spend the weekend away from the maddening crowd.

Here are some of the best theme parks in Bangalore:




Wonderla is one of the most preferred amusement parks in the outskirts of Bengaluru due to it’s sixty exhilarating rides along with other facilities.

A staycation at the Wonderla Resorts is a great idea for couples and families who want to laze within the Wonderla premises and get a tan in the pool. Wonderla Bangalore offers its spectacular premises as a venue for weddings and parties in town. The pocket-friendly Wonder pass can make your visit lucrative.

28th km, Bannikuppe, Mysore Road

 Monday to Friday (11am-6pm) weekends (10.30 am – 7.00pm)

Entry fees: 
Weekdays: Adult- Rs.890/-, Child Rs.720/-
                   Weekends: Adult- Rs.1120/-, Child – Rs.905/-

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Fun World

Fun World

This is one of the most visited theme parks in Bangalore because of it’s sheer vibrancy, variance and location. The park has been divided into Fun world, Water world and Wow world and claims to be the happiest place around.

People come all the way to enjoy the techno jump, Panic clock, crazy fireball, power surge and the waterfall which are the major attractions in Bangalore with the snow city being a bonus for the visitors. This amusement park offers the facility to carry food from home, so pack your picnic baskets and dash out with family and friends.

Water world – Water world is a pioneer in Water Park in Bengaluru. It amazes visitors with jaw-dropping rides like the Fantastic Four, tornado, boomerang, lazy river and wave pool. Children especially love the umbrella fountain, water slides, a spinning tube, and the one-eyed captain’s cask. A day spent at the Water world with friends and family will be cherished in the near future.

Snow city – The first indoor snow park in Bengaluru attracts a lot of visitors as it is open 365 days a year and astonishes people with its icy cold surroundings. The temperature is maintained at -5 degrees and has quite a few rides and activities within to keep you warm.

Snow box, ice slides, snow animals, snow party are a few zones to keep you occupied for the 45 minutes that you spend inside snow city. Have some refreshments at the deck and keep yourself warm from the biting cold.

Star city – Star city has grabbed attention because of location advantage. People frequent this theme park more for its indoor gaming options available. The Bowling arena is the most sought after place amongst the youngsters. The video gaming section and the giant wheel too draw equal attention.

Location: Palace ground, Opp. TV Tower, J.C.Ground

Timings: Fun world (11.00am-7.30pm) Water world (11.00am-4.30pm)

Entry fees: Rs.30/- to Rs.1200/- (combo offers for different zones of the park)

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Neeladri Amusement and Water Parks

Neeladri Amusement and Water Parks

The locals take pride in their first water park in Bengaluru. Spread across 30 acres of landscape, it boasts of forty-five fun rides in the amusement park and 8 water rides in the water park to keep the visitors on their feet.

The family slide and the Zyclone are major attractions here. The Roman styled sports ground is unique to this place. The food stalls and the ice cream parlours have been painted colourfully to delight the children.

Location: Behind Electronic city, Hosur Rd.

Timings: 11.00am – 6.00pm (weekdays), 11.00am – 7.00pm (weekends)

Entry fees: Amusement park – Adult- Rs.40/-, Child Rs.30/-
                   Water park – Adult – Rs.75/- Child – Rs.60/-

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GRS Fantasy Park

GRS Fantasy Park
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This a very popular amusement park with the locals in Mysuru. The rides are segregated as Thrill rides, kid rides, and Family rides. An amphitheatre, Banquet hall, ice cream parlour, gift shop, and restaurants are additional attractions at the park.

The old fashioned carousel is a crowd puller in the Park. The Music bob, pendulum slide, Amazonia, Multi-laned Aqua racer and the free fall crazy cruise draws the maximum crowd due to its sheer thrill and excitement around. The park is manned with adequate staff to take care of security, medical and emergency needs.

Off KRS Road, Metagalli, Mysuru

 Monday to Saturday (10.30am – 6.00pm) Sundays (10.30am-7.00pm)

Entry fees: 
 Adults Rs.749/-, Child Rs.649/- 

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Innovative Film City

Innovative Film City
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Innovative Film City is approximately 40km from Bengaluru towards Mysuru is one of the finest theme Park with leisure and fun-filled activities. Visitors generally spend a full day here to have fun and be merry.  The major attraction of the park is Dino Park, Mini Golf, Mirror Maze, Mining section, Louis Tussauds wax museum and Haunted Mansion.

Be a part of the Big Boss house to get a firsthand feel of the contestants participating in the reality show. Innovative Film city is also known to host events, parties and celebrate almost every festival with equal elan’. Lip-smacking dishes at the food court will wipe out the daylong tiredness.

24 & 26 Kiadb Estates, Bidali, Peenyl

10.00am – 7.00pm (Monday to Sunday)

Entry fees: 

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Lumbini Gardens

Lumbini Gardens

This waterfront theme parks in Bangalore is on the Nagawara lake, stretching up to 1.5km and has the capacity to entertain 5000+ visitors every day. The park has an abundance of greenery all along the walking track with beautiful sculptures dotted all over. An amalgam of greens and nearby water can soothe any tired body and mind.

De-stress yourself by the lakeside gazing at the lake and children
Lumbini Garden have gifted Bengaluru with a sprawling 12500 sq ft large artificial beach to make merry and have fun. A few attractions of the park are the wave pool, boating at the lake and some exciting dry and water rides. Golden Pearl, the only floating restaurant in Bengaluru offers lip-smacking dishes to the visitors.

 Nagawara Lake, Ring Road, Hebbal, Bengaluru

 11.00am – 7.00pm

Entry fees:
 Rs. 50/- per head, camera charges Rs. 30/-, rides are charged separately.

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Xtreme Zone Getawayz

Xtreme Zone Getawayz
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Camp Xtreme Zone, Manchinbele is approximately 50km from the city and is one of it’s kind amongst the theme parks in Bangalore. They are pioneers in adventure sports and encourage families and group of friends for a day at their premises. It is a preferred choice for many corporates for employee team-building exercises.

One will be enthralled by the activities on offer, ranging from paintball, bungee jumping, kayaking, canoeing, camping, windsurfing, zorbing and many more. A trained team of people handle extreme adventure sports and maintain adequate measures to operate activities with safety.

 No. 26A 1st Floor, 3rd Cross, 8th Main Road, RMV Extension, Sadashiv Nagar.

9.30am – 6.00pm.

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Bal Bhavan

Bal Bhavan

Bal Bhavan is spread amidst 12.5 acres of landscape in Cubbon Park. This theme park in Bengaluru is exclusively for kids and their motto is to work on the overall development of children through various camps, scientific programs, and activities. 

This recreational centre works on the overall growth of a child, they also offer membership to children who are keen to pursue different activities in Bangalore at their premise, like indoor games, yoga, access to the library and various other camps and competitions held periodically. Children get engrossed in activities like photography, aeromodelling, performing arts, woodwork, clay work, weaving, creative arts and many more.

Kasturba Road, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Ambedkar Veedhi, Bengaluru.

10.30am – 10.00pm (Tuesdays to Fridays), 9.30am-10.00pm (weekends)

Entry fees: 
Rs.10/- (free entry for children below 10 yrs).

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Crazy Waters

Crazy water is tucked neatly over a hillock in Bengaluru and is a favourite amongst the water parks in the city. It amazes with not only thrilling rides to give an adrenaline hike but also offers a surreal view of the surrounding cities from the hillock.

The giant water slide is a major attraction for elders and youngsters alike. The giant fibre tunnel is a show stopper at the park. The Harakiri glider, break dance, Surprise fountain and the family slide makes it a must-visit Place in Bangalore during holidays with Family.

 Bannerghatta main road, Near Meenakshi temple

10.00am – 6.00pm (weekdays), 10.00am-7.00pm (weekends)

Entry fees: 
Adults – Rs.200/-, Child – Rs.80/-

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17 September 2018
I would say that this is once in a lifetime trekking experience. Conquering the 3 highest peak. Karthik n Anupam who were our ODL made our trek memorable n entertaining through out, very friendly n energetic guys. We never felt that this was a group trek with some strangers, it was a nice bonding experience n meet new people. It’s a must do for core trekkers.. tests your endurance n spirt. 22 kms to n fro.. if u think only climb would b difficult n u can come down easily your wrong.. the path is so narrow n tricks n will test you in each n evry corner. A sense of accomplishment after completing the trip successfully with lots of stories to tell around and eager to venture on the next one. Thanks a lot to Anupam n karthik who took such good care of us throughout the trip.. awesome hospitality. Would love trekking with you all again soon
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26 September 2014
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"We had taken 7PM-11AM package for 6 people over Diwali holiday. It was well organised and hosted by them. It is located around 75km from Bangalore and drive was also mesmerizing during our time. So, based on overall experience below are my rating:\nHosting: 4/5\nNight Event (Bonfire): 4/5\nTrekking: 5/5( Must attend)\nOutside Activities :5/5( Rapplin, Mud games, kayaking etc).\nFood: 4.5/5\nValue for Money: 5/5\n\nNote: Only thing I didn't like was sleeping in tent. It should have been flat and sponge but rather it was sloppy and uneven. Also, if you close the zip of tent it feels like gas chamber. \n\nOther than this its a must tryout over the weekend...????"
04 March 2021
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Positive Trip was well organised. Pick up was on time. Cottage was decent and comfortable. Doodhsagar Trek was amazing. Trek Lead Randhir was always there for help. Bonfire was great. Not so positive There were 13 members but the vehicle arranged had only 12 seats. 4 people had to adjust in 3 seats in last row. It was mentioned that for the trek for half way Jeep will be provided and rest will be trek. However, there was no jeep facility. We did trek for 9kms ‘To’ and while coming back it 14kms way which would have been impossible to cover just by trek. Luckily we found alternative. Also, the next day due to crowd and fall in water level we missed the river rafting which was the main attraction of Dandeli. It was truly disappointing. Had we planned well, we wouldn’t have missed it may be. Overall it was a great experience. Thanks to Thrillophilia and Trek Lead.
01 March 2021
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28 February 2021
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24 February 2021
Good place to have family, it can accommodate larger groups. Could have even organizers more activites in wider spread orchid area, pool is pretty good. Rain dance floor other activities was awesome and Peaceful place. You can spend a day with your family or friends peacefully. Food was decent in both veg and non veg are good. I personally recomend to everyone to visit and enjoy ur day with family or friends.. we enjoyed a lottttttttt.

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